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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:03 pm    Post subject: G/C Rex Hadnot Signed Reply with quote

Rotororld wrote:
Chargers signed G/C Rex Hadnot to a one-year contract.
The Cardinals released Hadnot in March due to his hefty salary and underwhelming play. A 16-game starter in 2011, the versatile Hadnot will provide the Chargers with depth at all three positions on the interior line and will push Tyronne Green for the starting left guard job.


Good depth signing that brings a Vet presence.
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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 3:46 am    Post subject: Re: G/C Rex Hadnot Signed Reply with quote

MrDrew wrote:
Rotororld wrote:
Chargers signed G/C Rex Hadnot to a one-year contract.
The Cardinals released Hadnot in March due to his hefty salary and underwhelming play. A 16-game starter in 2011, the versatile Hadnot will provide the Chargers with depth at all three positions on the interior line and will push Tyronne Green for the starting left guard job.


Good depth signing that brings a Vet presence.


And here's why...

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It is almost certain the Penn State guard will miss his entire rookie season due to pre-existing medical issues. The Chargers were privy to his recent pectoral surgery and a lingering knee injury when making him the No. 149 pick in the draft.

"We wanted the player," General Manager A.J. Smith said.

Troutman suffered the pec injury about two weeks ago when bench pressing at his hometown gym. A specialist in Philadelphia performed the surgery last Thursday, and a post-operation report was sent to NFL teams, disclosing an approximate five-month recovery timetable.

There seems to be uncertainty about which injury is more severe, but it is believed he will miss the entire season.

http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/apr/30/chargers-rookie-likely-miss-season/

Someone just tell Johnnie to stay away from the toaster strudel while he's in recovery.
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